Jan 22, 2013 8:00am PST
headlines as well, but we have not heard from this woman, jill kelley, until now. think back to november and you'll remember the tampa woman, a volunteer military liaison who unwhit tingly blue the lid off the affair between then cia director david petraeus and his pro tow jay turned biographer paula broadwell. ms. kelley has broken her silence. she did so with how which kirtz. boy, did she ever break her silence. it turns out if you believe her version, we, the press, got a lot of things wrong, didn't be we? >> reporter: jill kelley is angry at the media coverage. it was a very emotional two-hour interview, actually, in which jill kelley talked about the things we got wrong, for example, the famous 30,000 e-mails between her and general john allen, the top commander in afghanistan. i went along with this. she said there were a few hundred, they were mostly pained and not sexy and flirtatious. she said she sent those from a joint yahoo account she shared with her husband. >> well, now that's what stood out to me the most. other than the 30,000 e-mail program, having spent a lot of times
Jan 22, 2013 6:00am PST
the hour. checking our top stories now, florida socialite jill kelley says paula broadwell, the mistress of former cia chief david petraeus tried to blackmail her according to cnn host howie kurtz. kelley tells kurtz her life is now a nightmare. >>> atari has filed for bankruptcy, the move intended to allow the u.s. company to break away from its unprofitable french parent company, atari u.s. is now looking for buyers for some of its assets, including the company's games catalogue. >>> and take a look at this, yes, that's exactly what it looks like, a massive boulder that has crashed into a home, happened in st. george, utah. the woman who was at home at the time was injured and she was taken to the hospital. she's since checked out but understandably, she decided to check into a motel to recover fully. it's not known what caused this boulder to come loose. >>> some in hollywood may want to censor a new book that claims to give an inside look at scientology from the perspective of one of its most famous defectors, aacademy award winning director paul hagus. cnn's miguel marquez explains.